Blurb of the day

If you ever decide you need to load a datatable from an xml file just remember if you export from a datatable to an xml file it will use that data tables name in the xml file. Why is this important you might ask well it is because that name is case sensitive when you are loading into a new datatable for another project. If you try to load a table but the records wont go into the table check the table name to make sure it matches exactly whats in the xml file. empRecords is not the same as EmpRecords when loading datatables and naming them. Remember

empRecords is not the same as EmpRecords

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